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Monday, May 9, 2016

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Over twenty publishers use HighWire's Impact Vizor for faster, easier 'evidenced-based' publishing insights

Twenty-one publishers now use Impact Vizor by HighWire Press, a suite of interactive, visualized analytics viewers which launched in August 2015. Impact Vizor was an ALPSP 2015 Award for Innovation in Publishing finalist. Today publishers use the seven dashboards in Impact Vizor to visualize, analyze and compare editorial programs for rapid insights. HighWire developed the tools with critical input from several publishers. At the HighWire Community meeting recently held at Stanford, publishers shared several ways they use Impact Vizor to evaluate and develop their publishing programs.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Book cover image of A History of the Grandparents I Never Had by Ivan Jablonka

An event presented by Stanford University Press, the Stanford Humanities Center, and the Taube Center for Jewish Studies

Ivan Jablonka, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Paris 13, and Steven Zipperstein, Professor of History at Stanford discuss Jablonka's new book, A History of the Grandparents I Never Had.

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REDWOOD CITY, CA and WASHINGTON D.C.

GeoScienceWorld (GSW) and HighWire Press, Inc. are pleased to announce the launch of GSW's new, modern, and fully integrated website. GeoScienceWorld.org now provides a single source for affordable access to top quality Earth science content from leading society publishers including eJournals, eBooks and GeoRef. In developing the new site with HighWire Press, GSW has prioritized the needs of its users, making the site navigation intuitive and optimizing its search functionality.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

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Belfast office will lead global technology innovation and customer support for Europe

Redwood City, California, USA and Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

HighWire Press, Inc., the leading publishing technology platform provider for renowned scholarly publishers and societies, announced today it will open a new office in Belfast, Northern Ireland, adding 74 full time employees over a three-year period. The announcement was made at a meeting with Northern Ireland's First Minister, Arlene Foster, and Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, held at Stanford University.

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